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How to dimantle a heart

How to dimantle a heart

A Poem by Emilee Grimm

Broken hearts are the worst disease.



It was all for you.
Every last lie,
Every single smile.
Every little feeling
I left inside.
But it doesn’t matter now,
Because you’re not mine.


© 2009 Emilee Grimm

Author's Note

Emilee Grimm
Hearts are easily broken, so be careful if you are lucky enough to be given one. Don't cast it away, or dismantle it.

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guys are total jerks, dude.
and it's like you give it your all and they don't even try.
grr ;P

Posted 14 Years Ago

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It tells a lot in 7 lines. I like it. :)

Posted 14 Years Ago

i like this alot, kind of reminds me of my ex..

Posted 14 Years Ago

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3 Reviews
Added on March 6, 2009
Last Updated on April 3, 2009


Emilee Grimm
Emilee Grimm

Somewhere, OH

I share my poetry with others because it is the easiest way to express my feelings non-destructively. I greatly appreciate honest feedback, comments, and reviews. Lets101 Quizzes - Myspace Quiz.. more..


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